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Family Works Tairāwhiti

The latest news and events from Family Works Tairāwhiti

Family Works and Tauawhi farewelled PSEC Tairāwhiti Board representative Colleen Skuse this week.  Acknowledging and thanking her for her valuable…
Congratulations to Amber and Ashton Amber Carter and Ashton Hughes, from our Family Works Tairawhiti team, celebrated their achievements at…
Come and celebrate with us! The Tairāwhiti Men of the Year Awards ceremony is a celebration and acknowledgement of the…
Caroline Thompson, Ngāti Porou, Te Whānau a Apanui, takes up the role of Tairāwhiti Social Services Manager, Presbyterian Support East…
Tauawhi Men’s Centre, in conjunction with Family Works Tairāwhiti and Presbyterian Support East Coast, has hosted the annual Tairāwhiti Men…
“My first thought was – what’s my team going to need? If they weren’t OK, they wouldn’t be able to support others.”
Carleen Te Nahu, Family Works Clinical Team Leader
“I have people around me who care about me. It’s that human contact and the conversation at the end of the day.”
Colleen Dewson, Enliven Older People client
“I have loved Enliven Disability since I started, helping people just does it for me. It’s physically challenging, but somehow it doesn’t feel like hard work. I am so grateful to be working here. This feels like a proper job. I’m doing something with my life that is meaningful.”
Bree Reid, Enliven Disability Support Worker
“Look forward to Thursday every week and I love coming. The staff are lovely people and are very caring.”
Enliven Community Services client

    Older people

    Disabled people